I’ve heard some of Manfrotto’s tripods and heads are being discontinued which is sad. On the bright site there are some good rebates going around. Check them out here:
Check it out, DVD Spindles are actually 15mm in diameter! So you can use them as rods. I’ve tested them will some Redrock gear and they work great.
NOTE: These “rods” are plastic. So don’t put too much faith into them. So if you put your 5D and a huge lens, monitor and battery pack on them and it breaks, don’t come running back here to flame me. Be smart.
Mind boggling and beautiful video for today’s like. I love what these guys were able to do with the GoPros. Check it out:
Dave Dugdale and I started our respective blogs around the same time. And over the past almost 2 years, I’ve really enjoyed doing interviews together (remind me to have him on for a friday episode one of these days) and watching his reviews.
Recently, Dave has been doing Canon HDSLR camera comparisons. And now that he has a few out I thought I’d share them with you. And if you haven’t visited his website check it out, he has several tutorials and reviews for those getting started in the wonderful world of HDSLRs.
There are many great tools out there, but every now and then you come across one that changes how you shoot. Well, today I am sharing a review of one of those tools. Xume Adapters have changed the way I use filtration on my projects. What use to be a hassle when working with filters and multiple lenses, is now an effortless task.
Ethics Statement: I did not pay for this review unit. I am not being paid for this review.
The guys from Xume contacted me and shared a solution to the lens cap issue:
We’ve already solved the lens cap issue: Pop your lens cap into a holder and it works great. We’re offering additional holders at discount with our kits so you can dedicate a holder or two to your lens cap(s).